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Terry MacAlmon – I Came To Worship lyrics

I came to worship You,
I came to sing Your praise,
I came to love You, Lord,
Your Holy name to raise,
Hallelujah, hallelujah,
Oh, how I worship You,
You are my Lord.
I Want To Go To Zion
1. I want to go to Zion,
I want to find the glory of the Lord.
I want to be with Jesus,
I want to go to the mountain of the Lord.
2. Oh, take me now to Zion,
Oh, let me find the glory of the Lord;
Oh, let me be with Jesus,
I want to go to the mountain of the Lord.

Order of medley:
Intro: one full time through 'i Came to Worship'
About 16 measures (50 seconds - great time for prayer or scripture)
High hat brings in the 1st verse
Sing 'i Came to Worship' 2 times
Repeat from 'Hallelujah'
Right into 'i want to go to Zion... '
Sing 2 verses, repeat whole song,
Tag - 'Hallelujah, hallelujah, Oh how I... ' to end
Medley is approx. 6 minutes long

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